Sunday, December 15, 2013

Mosqueda-Lewis, Tuck probable to return for Duke game Tuesday

UConn's Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Morgan Tuck are likely to return from injury in time for the big showdown with Duke Tuesday.

They're excited.

Today's scores......

Still rolling undefeated:

Indiana outlasted IUPUI, 51-45. They're 11-0 and off to their best season in 21 years.

UTEP routed Southeastern Louisiana, 87-65. They're 9-0.

Notable results:

Virginia Tech is off to an 8-2 start after squeaking by USC Upstate, 65-61.

Fordham is also 8-2 after thrashing Illinois State, 57-32.

Vanderbilt pulled away from Hartford, 65-56. They're 8-2.

Fordham is also 8-2 after thrashing Illinois State, 57-32.

Princeton pulled one out over Delaware in overtime, 84-80. It's only the second loss of the season for the Blue Hens.

Pitt beat ODU, 63-49. Junior Brianna Kiesel crossed the 1,000-point mark in the process.

Arizona grabbed their second win of the season by downing Texas Tech, 65-56.

Michigan State stopped a losing streak by defeating Oakland, 80-62.

Whipping season scores:

(I call pre-conference play "whipping season" because so many ranked teams beat up on squads from smaller schools)

#9 Baylor 100, Houston Baptist 57.

#16 Georgia 91, Kennesaw State 32.

#20 Oklahoma 105, Maryland-Eastern Shore 46.

Stayin' alive:

#13 LSU 58, Arkansas-Little Rock 51.

Purdue 71, Kansas 68.

Full scoreboard.

Other news:

Ohio State is mindful of in-state implications.

Megan Lukan is becoming a leader for Wisconsin-Green Bay.

West Virginia is hitting on all cylinders.

1 comment:

Abacus Reveals said...

Your point about pre-conf. play is well taken, but I fear UConn's "whippin' time" may extend into April.
Duke's gonna have to play lights-out tomorrow just to compete.

During last week's Duke-Oklahoma telecast, there was a discernible cringe in analyst Brenda VanLengen's voice regarding Chelsea Gray's soundness. Just how well is that knee of hers?